My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Soldiers' Angels, San Antonio, TX, USA
I learned about Soldier's Angels when my son died in Iraq in 2011. Members of their card team send our family cards and letters to encourage us through those difficult days after the funeral. I wanted to do something to honor the memory of my son so I decided to adopt several soldiers through Soldier's Angels. I write my adopted soldiers and Marines upbeat letters and emails --plus I send them monthly care packages. I want each of them to know that people back home think about them and we appreciate their sacrifice to serve in our country's military. I am glad I am a Soldier's Angel and I hope to keep "angeling" as long as there are soldeirs we can adopt!
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